Each beer shows the uniqueness of each yeast strain through our split batching process.
Oktoberfest (another name for Marzen) was brewed for the inaugural event on October 12, 1810, and the nuptials of Prince Ludwig (later King Ludwig I) and Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausen that lasted until October 17th. By the late 1890s, organizers shifted the start date to late September to catch some milder weather but by allowing the festival to extend into early October. The festivities include beer and food stands, agricultural competitions, carnival rides and live cooking which still remains an essential part of Oktoberfest Festival.
Brown Sugar | Spice | Bready
This strain originates from a very old brewery in west Belgium. Great for European-style pilsners, dark lagers, Vienna lagers, and American-style lagers.
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Nutty | Caramel | Toasty
A lager yeast is ideal for producing malty lagers, residual sweetness further helps promote malt nuances while contributing to a balanced finish.
In our WLP096 Franken Yeast Blend, we pitched all 96 strains in our Frankenstout recipe for an all-out brawl to see which yeast characteristics reign supreme in a one-of-a-kind unique beer.
Quest For The Best Blonde Ale Yeast
Ever wonder which yeast would go well in a blonde ale recipe? In collaboration with Craft Beer Professionals, we went coast to coast from San Diego, CA to Norfolk, VA to see our brewery friends at Three Notch’d Brewing, Makers Craft Brewery, and Elation Brewing to give them the ultimate yeast challenge!
It’s FESTival Time
Brewed with a festive tone, this style was more for harvest time than as an autumn beer which had more of a sunny warmth tone than crisp and chill.
The art and science of White Labs Kitchen & Tap
Fermented foods are all around us! We wanted to spread our love and knowledge of fermentation and formed White Labs Kitchen & Tap. A brewery melding the art & science of fermentation with the culinary arts!
Choosing the Best Glass for your Beer
Each style of beer glass serves one purpose, to enhance your drinking experience. Some are designed to showcase the delicate effervescence of a pilsner while others are sized in larger volume to encourage a long “session” or lower ABV highly drinkable styles such as some English beer styles.
Tasting Beer like the Pros
Learn some quick tips on tasting beer like a pro and elevate your beer experience! From everything from appearance to flavor. Discover how enhancing your senses and vocabulary opens the doors to a whole new world!